Amy Winehouse"s home sells for 1m less than hoped after becoming an unofficial shrine to the singer

Amy Winehouse's home sells for 1m less than hoped after becoming an unofficial shrine to the singerThe house in Camden, north London, was today bought for 1.9million The musician died at the property from alcohol poisoning in July last year Fans still visit the house to pay their respects to the singer The four-storey, semi detached house has three bedrooms, large garden, and a music room with sound proofed walls | UPDATED: 19:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 The London home where singer Amy Winehouse died has today sold at auction for nearly 1million less than the original asking price. The late singer's period property was originally put on the market for 2.8 million but Amy's father Mitch decided to reduce the asking price and sell it at auction after being inundated with viewing requests by fans. And the north London house, which has become an unofficial shrine to the singer, was today sold for just 1.9million